A Level Maths builds upon the higher tier algebra topics you have studied at GCSE. You will study topics including:
- Coordinate Geometry.
- Sequences and Series.
- Graphs of Functions.
- Exponentials and Logarithms.
- Probability and Data.
Subject specific entry criteria will be updated shortly.
You will study AS Maths in the first year, and A Level Maths in the second year.
You should talk to our excellent department staff at one of our open events to understand the different examination series in year 1 and year 2.
A Level Maths is an essential requirement for many degrees. These tend to be STEM subjects (e.g. Engineering, Computer Science, Physics) but also subjects such as Actuarial Sciences, and Economics.
There are many other degrees where A Level Maths is often part of the entry criteria, especially at Russell Group universities. As well as the sciences these also include arts and humanities such as Geography, Philosophy and Architecture. Some universities may ask for A Level Maths for entry onto medical related degree programmes such as Medicine, Veterinary Sciences, Optometry and Pharmacy.
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